We all worship something. Whether it's God, money, fame, pleasure – whatever or whoever we give highest worth to in our daily life – that's what we worship. As Catholics, we are called to place Jesus Christ at the centre of our lives and worship God alone. He becomes the lens through which we see the whole world. We invite you to join us in our worship.
* WEEKEND Masses :
– Saturday 4:00 pm
– Sunday 10:00 am
* WEEKDAY Masses :
– Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 9 am (these Masses are held in the Christ the King Chapel)
* ADDITIONAL Masses :
NOTE: Prior to attending Seniors Home Masses listed below, please contact them for their current health status/requirements.
Confession & Adoration
EUCHARISTIC ADORATION is held on Tuesdays and Saturdays from 11 am - noon in the Christ the King chapel.
CONFESSION - Fr. Dennis is available to celebrate the Sacrament of Reconciliation, or if you just need to talk. Fr. Joe is also available. Please call the office at 403-932-2944 to make an appointment.
- The Prayer Chain
We currently have a prayer chain of over one hundred 'prayer warriors' who will offer a special prayer each day for the prayer chain's intentions. If we can pray for you or a loved one, please email your request to Linda Nichol: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Marian Prayer Group
All members of the parish are invited to join in praying the ROSARY on Saturdays at 12:00 pm, after the Hour of Adoration in the Christ the King Chapel. No registration necessary.
Canada Prays the Rosary (in Cochrane)
Every Wednesday at 6 pm in front of the former Holy Spirit School on Main Street, on the sidewalk across from the Boot Restaurant, we pray to Our Blessed Mother to place our country under her care.
For information about any of the sacraments — Baptism, First Reconciliation, First Eucharist, Confirmation, Marriage, Anointing of the Sick, or RCIA (Rite of Christian Initiation for Adults, Children/Youth) — click HERE.
The Sacred Garden & Labyrinth
St. Mary's Sacred Garden & Labyrinth is always open 24-7 and everyone is welcome to use it! Consider the SACRED GARDEN LABYRINTH as a tool for meditation, contemplation, and personal reflection. Click HERE for more.